Thanks guys, during the building process I grabbed a two channel Parasound 300w parasound amp.
Amps and you can see the rear subwoofer kinda next to it.
Current setup, the equipment is at that back right corner of the room
Having the sub in back is actually kind anice because I feel enveloped by the sound. The subs are just driven from two channels of my 5 channel amp at 200w's a piece and some no name 10"s that were given to me awhile ago for free, no EQ control on it. I figured if I ever wanted to upgrade the drivers in the future a 12" cube would probably be pretty good. I don't have any REW graphs for it yet as the room is unfinished and I don't know if there is any advantage to doing it. I am somewhat happy with the system though
Its good for what it is though as it gives me some LFE sounds but the upgrade path is new subs->reference speakers. I have been picking peoples brains on what do for a reference level subwoofer and I have sorta choosen dual AV15H's powered by a single EP2500 but I haven't figured out wether to dual sealed, ported or IB. I don't have any frontal room for an IB and I have dropped three lines in front for subs and maybe a MBM
I did run across an article that you can run a sealed front setup and an IB in the rear. I will only be watching movies down here so I have been waffling around alot with the sealed vs ported because of all the advantages and disadvantages of each system.